New York City – Images.2

Construction and teardowns are constant activies in the city. Sky high and stiletto thin hotels and apartment buildings welcome the wealthy.  Older neighborhoods along 14th Street and into the Meat Packing District are being dismantled brick by brick. ‘Way back when, my one-bedroom apartment on E. 18th Street between 2nd and 3rd rented for $240/month. Richard’s two bedroom, 2-bath at Quaker Ridge (21st & 3rd), now a condominium, sells for $1 million. As apartment buildings are demolished in low-income neighborhoods tenants struggle to find affordable housing. No matter its flaws, New York City is fabulous!

A friend recommended the Salisbury Hotel, an older hotel on 57th between 6th and 7th Avenues. Excellent choice as the hotel has large rooms — our room had two closets, all the amenities, including a safe that locked with a key. Great neighborhood with a Duane Reed on one corner, restaurants, and a subway entrance on 7th Avenue.

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57thSt.4

142 W. 57th Street

HighLineView

View from the High Line

WaterTower

View from the Whitney Museum of American Art

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West 14th Street & Ninth Avenue

LittleItaly

Little Italy

Molly's

Molly’s (Originally named Molly Malone’s)

 

Sailboat

WaterTaxi

Views from the Staten Island Ferry

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2 thoughts on “New York City – Images.2

  1. susanenholm32 October 30, 2018 / 11:30 am

    I did in my 20’s . . . had some fun jobs and a rather carefree life.

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  2. smilecalm October 29, 2018 / 6:45 pm

    beautiful, Susan!
    reminders of my one
    week in NYC during the climate march!
    did you ever live there? 🙂

    Like

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